G4S security firm fined $151,000 for faking Orlando gay club shooter's psychological tests on employment forms that cleared him to carry a gun

The security company that employed Orlando mass shooter Omar Mateen was fined $151,400 for falsely listing psychological testing information on thousands of forms.

G4S Secure Solutions, which employed Mateen as a security guard for nine years before he killed 49 people at the gay nightclub Pulse in June, was fined on Friday by the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.

The company falsely listed the name of a psychologist it claimed had screened Mateen and thousands of other employees and then cleared them to carry guns.

Dr Carol Nudelman, who now lives in Colorado, revealed in June that she had never met Mateen, despite the fact that her name was listed on his psychological evaluation...


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